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byPlomin, Robert; Haworth, Claire M. A.; Meaburn, Emma L.; Price, Thomas S.; Davis, Oliver S. P.
This article is from Psychological Science , volume 24 . Abstract For nearly a century, twin and adoption studies have yielded substantial estimates of heritability for cognitive abilities, although it has proved difficult for genomewide-association studies to identify the genetic variants that account for this heritability (i.e., the missing-heritability problem). However, a new approach, genomewide complex-trait analysis (GCTA), forgoes the identification of individual variants to estimate... Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3652710
byHarlaar, Nicole; Meaburn, Emma L.; Hayiou-Thomas, Marianna E.; Davis, Oliver S. P.; Docherty, Sophia; Hanscombe, Ken B.; Haworth, Claire M. A.; Price, Thomas S.; Trzaskowski, Maciej; Dale, Philip S.; Plomin, Robert
This article is from Journal of speech, language, and hearing research : JSLHR , volume 57 . Abstract Purpose: Researchers have previously shown that individual differences in measures of receptive language ability at age 12 are highly heritable. In the current study, the authors attempted to identify some of the genes responsible for the heritability of receptive language ability using a genome-wide association approach. Method: The authors administered 4 Internet-based measures of receptive... Source: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3974169